The most important thing to point out is the 'Hide my Visit' button at the top of this page. If you need to exit this site quickly, click on this link and it will automatically default to the BBC homepage. Secondly, you will notice that the word 'victim' is not used on this website. This is because our Partnership believes that anyone who is or has experienced domestic and/or sexual abuse is a survivor.
The Bedfordshire Domestic & Sexual Abuse Partnership brings together the main statutory and voluntary agencies who are working together to provide and improve services in relation to domestic abuse & sexual violence across Bedfordshire. The Partnership is actively implementing Strategies and Action Plans which are available on request. We can be contacted via the 'Contact Us' page.
The Partnership has produced the campaign literature that you can download to the left of the page. Further information about domestic abuse & sexual violence services can be found on this website and its links.
It is widely known that there a higher proportion of female survivors than there are male survivors but this does not mean that it is of any less importance. Bearing this in mind, all of our resources and partner agencies do not discriminate and will offer the same service to female and male survivors.